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Green REIT agrees eight-year lease with Vodafone

Green REIT, the Irish property investment company, has agreed a new eight-year lease with Vodafone on its Irish headquarters building at Central Park, Dublin 18.

Global stocks rise with eyes on G20 growth push

Stock markets gained for the third day in five on Friday as G20 policymakers meeting in Shanghai sought common ground on how to reboot a struggling global economy in the face of renewed financial and political risks.

Gaelectric preparing to sell off €750m of windfarms

Irish energy firm Gaelectric is eyeing a sale of a stake in, or all of its operational windfarms, in a deal that could place a €750m enterprise valuation on the assets, it’s understood.

9 ways to hire and hold on to great staff

“Money and finance is not the reason to stay in a company. People have to want to be there, be passionate for their job and to find it enriching. It’s not about beanbags or free food either.”

RSA operating profit jumps to €660m in 2015

British insurer RSA, which has operations in Ireland, posted a 2015 operating profit of £523m (€660m), up 43pc on a year earlier, it said on Thursday.

Dublin primed to become one of Europe’s top cities of the future

Dublin is now in a position to become one of Europe’s top cities according to the latest fDi European City of the Future rankings.

Self employed? How to handle a tax audit

Every self-employed person can be subject to a revenue audit at any time. Having had an audit does not necessarily mean that you are not likely to have another one for a considerable period of time.

International buyers set to battle it out for the €80m Gresham which goes on sale today

NAMA will seek €80m for the Gresham Hotel when it formally puts it up for sale today.

Asavie and Eir partner up to bring Internet of things to Irish firms

Asavie, an enterprise mobility management firm, and Eir Business, the telecoms provider, have launched IoT Connect, a new service that will allow Irish firms to use the Internet of things (IoT) in their own business.

Kerry Group revenue grows to €6.1bn as trading profits jump 10pc

Kerry Group, the firm behind the Charleville, Dairygold, and Low Low brands, posted a trading profit of €700m last year, representing a 10pc increase on 2014.

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